Nothing sets the scene for Fall like New England fall foliage. Sorry LA, the east coast has got you beat here—in this one area at least. This past weekend we were invited to a friend’s country home (thank you!) in the Berkshires (and yes, that’s a porcupine). It was spectacular. The red and orange leaves, […]
It’s official. Summer has started! We celebrated the start of summer with a trip to Montauk, NY. We’ve been going there for the past few years. It’s a great place to go if you want something a little more low-key than the Hamptons but still want great beaches and restaurants. Plus, there are also tons […]
Getting through the airport was one of our biggest concerns when we thought about traveling with LB as an infant. In fact, we chose our stroller (the City Mini) because I could close it with one hand while holding LB in my other arm. This meant that I could get through security with a stroller […]
I’ve flown a lot with LB. You name it, we’ve experienced it. Lost carseat with no replacements in the airport? Check. Arriving at the airport covered in vomit after a rather bumpy cab ride? Check. Diaper malfunction on the plane immediately followed by more vomiting? Check. Redeye with a very excited high school class traveling […]
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Below I’ve compiled a list of things to take into consideration when planning a trip to Italy with children. Of course, all children are different and only you can best determine what is appropriate for your kids. This is just based on my experience. 1. Rent your own apartment or book a hotel room When […]
“Sure, she’ll sleep through it.” This is what people without kids or parents who have never flown overnight with their children said when I mentioned my anxiety about traveling alone with LB overnight to Rome. More experienced parents said that she probably would not sleep that much and to make sure that I stocked up […]
I was supposed to be on a plane with Michele and LB on May 31st heading to Rome to start our long waited and anticipated vacation. But instead, I mixed my daughter’s passport up with my address book. And airports will not accept address books in lieu of passports. (In all fairness, the address book […]